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Paperback  î Blood Relations eBook Ê Who is Claire GravesendSo wonders PI Lee Crowe when he finds her dead, in a fine cocktail dress, on top of a Rolls Royce, in the most dangerous neighborhood in San Francisco Claire s mother, Olivia, is one of the richest people in California She doesn t believe the coroner her daughter did not kill herself Olivia hires Crowe, who having just foiled a federal case against a cartel kingpin is eager for distraction But the questions about the Gravesend family pile up fast First, the autopsy reveals round scars running down Claire s spine, old marks Olivia won t explain Then, Crowe visits Claire s Boston townhouse and has to fend off an armed intruder Is it the Feds out for revenge Or is this connected to the Gravesends He leaves Boston afraid, but finds his way to Claire s secret San Francisco pied terre It s there that his questions come to a head Sleeping in an upstairs bedroom, he finds Claire her face, her hair, her scars and as far as he can tell, she s alive And Crowe s back at the start Who is Claire Gravesend


10 thoughts on “Blood Relations

  1. Paromjit Paromjit says:

    My heart leaps with joy at the prospect of reading Jonathan Moore s latest crime noir which is so muchin its scope It introduces what I believe is his new series set in California and his morally com


  2. Kemper Kemper says:

    I received a free advance copy from the publisher for review.Lee Crowe is the kind of private investigator who isn t above taking a shady job from a defense attorney as part of an effort to intimidate a fede


  3. Mackey Mackey says:

    Lee Crowe is a dis barred lawyer, now a PI who has a reputation of getting the job done regardless Even he doesn t realize what that will mean when he finds a body of a beautiful woman, dead, on the roof of a Rolls Ro


  4. David Putnam David Putnam says:

    I liked this book a great deal Moore is one of my new favorite writers He has great writing craft, voice and character development I loved his first two books The Poison Artist and The Dark room The third book, Night Market wa


  5. Marty Fried Marty Fried says:

    3.5 4.0, rounded up.I enjoyed the story even though I had a bit of trouble accepting the main logic behind the crime I didn t really think it was feasible However, accepting that perhaps it was possible, I did enjoy the book, although


  6. OutlawPoet OutlawPoet says:

    I didn t like this It s a formulaic and dull mystery I didn t care for any of the characters, I didn t find the mystery that mysterious, and really didn t care about our victim at all.I found myself reading chapters and realizing that I was ret


  7. Cynthia Cynthia says:

    Overall, this book was entertaining and easily read The story is a mix of sleuthing out the bad guys with some science added for quite a tale.Unlike other books by this author, this book lacked the believability I need to fully bit in to the story But i


  8. Donna Donna says:

    The first two chapters reveal that private investigator Leland Crowe has been living for five weeks in a low class motel doing audio and video surveillance of someone in the room below him As he is walking to his office one morning, he sees a woman who has falle


  9. Sam Reaves Sam Reaves says:

    This book features a San Francisco private eye, but we ve come a long way from Sam Spade s world Lee Crowe is a disbarred lawyer of flexible ethics who has a P.I license and does a lot of work for a high powered attorney with lots of influential clients The book opens wi


  10. Aina Aina says:

    I m a fan of the author and as per his previous books, I expected the usual brand of crime noir with a complicated protagonist and suggestions of dark technology Blood Relations delivers on that front I felt immersed in the setting There s a gritty darkness where everything has i


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